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Re: Status of ProjectCenter development

From: Adrian Robert
Subject: Re: Status of ProjectCenter development
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 07:52:56 -0500

On Nov 18, 2005, at 7:18 PM, Serg Stoyan wrote:

Hi, everobydy

First of all I want to make an apologies to all who wait for next
ProjectCenter releases. PC development is not dead.

Very glad to hear it!

1. I realize that key component of PC is code editor. So, I've already started writing editor and ObjC parser (as I said it berfore, it's now loadable
bundle). The major features of upcoming code editor is:
- close integration with Project Browser (show classes, defines etc.); - close intergation with Project Builder (jump to errors, warnings); - prepare for integration with debugger (jump to breakpoints etc.);
    - indentation with respect to GNUstep Coding Standards;
The most wanted feature for editor is syntax highlighting. Yes, syntax
highlighting is planned, but after 0.5.0 release.

You say above that one bundle type is "editor". I hope / assume this means all the functionality you are describing here is encapsulated in an interface so other editors besides the default can provide it, whether internal or external.

What is not planned for 0.5.0 release:

- project indexing;
- code editor syntax highlighting;
- I've missed something?

I don't know how important it is to other people, but for my usage flexibility in the directory layout is essential. Source code should not need to be directly within the project directory. This is supported by most other IDEs, including Xcode, and is needed for coexisting in cross-platform projects where platform-specific files need to go into their own subdirectory that is not 'src'.

In any case, thanks for all your work on PC so far..


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